A catalyst for innovation
Jan 24 2020
In order to answer the fundamental questions that unlock unforeseen new technologies, chemical scientists at companies around the world need access to the latest research and resources.
The Royal Society of Chemistry works to keep vital knowledge and development resources at their fingertips as they use chemistry to create a better future.
Maximising potential and helping expertise to flourish
For science to flourish, everyone needs an equal chance to develop and apply their talents. We represent and support a vibrant and diverse community of over 50,000 people, and our membership options support chemical scientists at every stage of their career.
The professional awards that we help scientists to obtain are internationally recognised as a mark of the well-developed skills, knowledge and professionalism that exist within the chemical sciences.
By working to achieve awards such as Chartered Chemist (CChem) or Chartered Scientist (CSci), chemical scientists can show their abilities more prominently, and employers can ensure consistent high standards.
Providing gateways to vital research
Reliable access to highly relevant knowledge keeps research and development at the cutting edge. As well as subscription and open access options for reading our 44 leading journals, we also provide access that can be tailored to specific R&D working environments and project goals.
Access through RSC Select offers flexibility in the number and frequency of tokens purchased, and an efficient way for a company to provide R&D teams with interdisciplinary knowledge that will drive progress and influence their next breakthrough idea.
Supporting company development
The company accreditation we offer maps to existing training programmes, and can offer an expedited route to achieving professional awards like chartered status. It ensures that organisations and individuals have the opportunities they need to build technical, transferable skills for both personal and professional success.
We also partner with colleges and training providers to entrench the value of apprenticeships and technical skills, raising their profile and helping organisations to offer opportunities for the next generation of talent.
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